python for .NET
swheatley at gmail.com
Tue Jul 27 16:45:01 CEST 2004
The ActiveState product you may be thinking of is Visual Python, which
is just an editor add-in for Visual Studio.NET.
As for Python for .NET, there have been a couple projects to use .NET
components in CPython, and there was a research project done by
ActiveState and Mark Hammond (I believe). IronPython seems to be the
most promising, but there have been no releases as of yet.
On Tue, 27 Jul 2004 16:23:30 +0200, Gerhard Häring <gh at ghaering.de> wrote:
> Tor Iver Wilhelmsen wrote:
> > "Ike" <rxv at hotmail.com> writes:
> >>Is there a python for .Net, similar to what Jython is for Java? -Ike
> > ActiveState's ActivePython; though it does seem to require Visual
> > Studio.Net.
> Not true. ActivePython is just a repackaging of the standard Python +
> the win32 stuff from Mark Hammond + Windows Help Files + ActiveState's
> Python Package Manager.
> AFAIK there's no finished project that directly integrates Python with
> the .NET platform, without going through COM.
> -- Gerhard
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